The River defender agreed that he would love to migrate to the old continent. Likewise, he says that he does not despair: “I have to train and prepare for what is coming.”
While the exact date for the return of training at the Argentine First Division, the players start to get impatient. It is that footballers need to play again, and if there is no action in Argentina, many are already thinking of emigrating.
One of them is Lucas Martínez Quarta, who spoke to the Marca newspaper and accepted that he does not look down on his career in the old continent. To the young defender of River European teams such as Inter Milan, Valencia and Leeds United follow.
“The dream of every footballer is to play in Europe and I am at an age that would be good to make the jump, but with all this we depend on many things,” said Martínez Quarta, who at the same time accepted that he does not despair of a transfer.
“I am calm, for that we have a representative. It remains for me to train and prepare for what is coming, here or wherever. Try to be well prepared for what comes,” he explained.
“The club that is interested will have to speak to my representative and the club. If the offer is good, it will be necessary to sit down and analyze it,” he closed.
River played its last game in March, when it beat Binacional 8-0 for the second date of the Libertadores.
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